Unidentified houses in Richmond, Virginia, August 13, 1954, by Adolph B. Rice, Sr., via Library of Virginia Commons on flickr.
Commenters on the flickr page thought these houses were either on Church Hill or Gambles Hill and probably long since torn down.
“Managers(sic) Home, Midland Beach, Staten Island, N.Y.,” ca. 1920s or 30s, via New York Public Library Digital Collections.
Midland Beach (or Woodland Beach) was a popular resort in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
An unusual front stoop on Bennington Street in East Boston, near Logan Airport, next to the elevated East Boston Expressway, May 1973, by Michael Philip Manheim for DOCUMERICA, via The U.S. National Archives Commons on flickr.
I think the site of these houses is now the end of the Vienna Street exit from the expressway.
DOCUMERICA was a 1970s photography program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Manheim recorded the disruption to the lives of East Boston residents due to the expansion of Logan Airport.
There are more of his photos here.
“Woman and children in home garden, Little Bendigo, Ballarat, Victoria, 1876,” by unknown photographer, via The Biggest Family Album in Australia, Museums Victoria Collections on flickr.
Harriet, Caroline, and Harriet Mary Whitaker are shown in front of their home on Lofven Street. (A photo of their neighbors is here.)
Little Bendigo was the site of a small gold rush in the 1860s. It took inspiration from Bendigo, Victoria, an important gold mining boomtown of the 1850s. In 1881, the town’s name became Nerrina.
Three elegant gentlemen outside the homestead on Tyrrell Range farm, Chillingollah, Victoria, 1938, via The Biggest Family Album in Australia, Museums Victoria Collections (under CC License).